tmgroup shares historic City of London LLC1 result with Bird & Bird LLP

Jess Carey Posted By Jess Carey
from Burlington Media

HM Land Registry have confirmed that international law firm Bird & Bird LLP were the first law firm to receive a City of London LLC1 result through their new digital Local Land Charges Register. tmgroup are delighted to say that this order was placed via their tmconvey platform – and the result was returned within seconds at precisely 10:14am on Monday 8th October.

Russell Dellar, partner at international law firm Bird & Bird comments:

“We are delighted to be the first tmconvey customer to receive an LLC1 result from City of London via HM Land Registry’s new digital Local Land Charges Register. At Bird & Bird, we are focused on helping organisations being changed by technology and the digital world. This new innovative platform is certainly something we are keen to promote as well as tmgroup services who we have had a relationship with for many years. The team have never let us down and we look forward to continuing our relationship.”

Paul Albone, Chief Operating Officer at tmgroup comments:

“It’s fantastic to be a part of HM Land Registry’s continuing success with their new digital Local Land Charges register, and we’re pleased to be supporting this new service on tmconvey. tm has a track record of working closely with HMLR on integrated solutions, and we look forward to continuing to work together to deliver further improvements in the future which will help to streamline the conveyancing process even more.”

City of London is the third Local Authority to have their Local Land Charges data digitised, closely following Warwick District Council (11th July) and Liverpool City Council (3rd September), and tmgroup will continue working closely with HM Land Registry throughout the rollout of their new digital Local Land Charges Register.

A further 16 Local Authorities are expected to have their Local Land Charges data digitised across 2018 and 2019, including Stevenage Borough Council, Carlisle City Council, and Peterborough City Council – although exact dates have yet to be announced.

You can see the full list here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/hm-land-registry-local-land-charges-programme/local-land-charges-programme

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